Horses that are roaming free in the wild are called wild horses. But generally today’s wild horses were not wild from the beginning of their existence. Initially they were domestic horses, which were released by their owners and thus became feral. From this we can conclude that there is an important difference between wild and feral horses. The only true wild horse breed today is the Przewalski’s Horse, originating in Mongolia, while the other true wild horse was the Tarpan horse that became extinct in 1875. These horses were never successfully domesticated and they live by their own, surviving in the wild. Solve this great horse puzzle and see the final image of two feral horses fighting, probably just for fun.